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Are naive ppl worse than the perpetrators? The values of modern day society predominately advocate success. One could say that life is a race to the top and that people develop social tools in their personality to help win them the race regardless of ethics. Think of it as a dominance hierarchy race fuelled by dopamine. Naive victims basically encourage the psychopath as the psychopath gets a boost from the success of their pursuit, and so the psychopath learns new trades making them more competent candidate in the race to the top. So instead should naive ppl learn to develop their shadow so that psychopath don’t get any stimulation?
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Are naive ppl worse than the perpetrators? The values of modern day society predominately advocate success. One could say that life is a race to the top and that people develop social tools in their personality to help win them the race regardless of ethics. Think of it as a dominance hierarchy race fuelled by dopamine. Naive victims basically encourage the psychopath as the psychopath gets a boost from the success of their pursuit, and so the psychopath learns new trades making them more competent candidate in the race to the top. So instead should naive ppl learn to develop their shadow so that psychopath don’t get any stimulation?
This is very insulting. "Naive victims"? Psychopaths aren't mindless criminals. They are usually very intelligent. You have no idea what you are talking about.
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This is very insulting. "Naive victims"? Psychopaths aren't mindless criminals. They are usually very intelligent. You have no idea what you are talking about.
Actually you have no idea what you’re talking about. Psychopaths aren’t the violent narcissist that you’re lead to believe in movies etc. Psychopaths can be pretty anonymous due to their intellect and their genius to navigate in society. Not all psychopath have murderous and cruel incentives many in contrary adopt the trait for personal gain to advance through dominance hierarchy
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(Original post by bspercy)
Actually you have no idea what you’re talking about. Psychopaths aren’t the violent narcissist that you left to believe in movies etc. Psychopaths can be pretty anonymous due to intellect and genius to navigate in society. Not all psychopath have murderous and extremely cruel incentives many in contrary adopt the trait for personal gain to advance through dominance hierarchy
I think you are the one who doesn't understand just what sort of people psychopaths are. They are not the harmless overly ambitious CEOs you are making them out to be. Psychopaths don't have any deeper emotions. Of course the majority of them aren't serial killers, but everything is a game to them. In their eyes, every person around them is their pawn. They don't care about anyone. They use people for their own benefit, and then discard them. You really need to stop spreading this sort of bull. I know you are the same person who made that 'Am I a psychopath' thread. So let me repeat, you don't have any understanding of the subject.
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Psychopaths are probably happy not giving a care in the world.
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It’s not really fair to blame the victims? Good people don’t ask to be taken advantage of by psychopaths. There’s a complete power imbalance there. The best thing people can do is not play their games and minimise their contact with the psychopath, that’s the only way to win. However, naïve people will ultimately always be better off than psychopaths because they have peace of mind and the ability to feel genuine emotions. There’s more to life than winning, and abusing people to fill a void.
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"Is being a victim of a psychopath worse than being a psychopath itself?"

Obviously lol.
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Actually you have no idea what you’re talking about. Psychopaths aren’t the violent narcissist that you’re lead to believe in movies etc. Psychopaths can be pretty anonymous due to their intellect and their genius to navigate in society. Not all psychopath have murderous and cruel incentives many in contrary adopt the trait for personal gain to advance through dominance hierarchy
You can be cruel without being violent. I’m not sure if it’s lossible to cure psychopathy, but their actions are still a choice.
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